Deviled Eggs

My husband loves him some deviled eggs. So do I. Plus, Deviled Eggs are one of the easiest party snacks to make so I figured it was time I created my own recipe. Usually when I make Hard Boiled eggs, I buy them from the grocery store pre-cooked and pre-peeled cause it’s easier 🙂 However, I just purchased an Instant Pot and discovered the secret to easy hard boiled eggs!

*PRO TIP* BUY AN INSTANT POT, then learn how to make the easiest hard boiled eggs ever in about 15 minutes. Yes, this is about the same amount of time it would take on the stove top, but I promise you these IP eggs peel SO much more easily! The yolks also popped right out and when I’ve made deviled eggs in the past I struggled so hard trying to clean those yolks out! Check out the recipe to see for yourself!

Ok, on to that Deviled Egg recipe!



Deviled Eggs

Makes: 12 halves Cook Time: 10 minutes Prep Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes


3 tbsp. Jamie’s Magic Mayo (without the Rosemary)

1/2 tsp raw horseradish

1 tsp Dijon Mustard

6 Hard Boiled Eggs

1-2 pinches of Hiwa Kai Black Sea Salt, or other course ground sea salt

2 strips bacon


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees, then cook bacon until crispy.
  2. Hard Boil eggs via Instant Pot (click for directions) or via stove top. Bring water to a boil and carefully place raw eggs in. Cook for 8-10 minutes, then remove and immediately put into an ice bath (bowl of water + ice) and let cool. This will also stop the cooking process so the sooner you do it, the less hard your yolks will be.
  3. Once eggs are cooled, peel them and then slice in half as evenly as possible. Remove yolks and put them aside
  4. In a small bowl, mix the mayo, horseradish, and mustard until smooth.
  5. Mash the yolks into the mayo mix to make it thicker.
  6. Scrape the filling into a plastic bag and seal. Cut a tiny hole in the bottom corner of the bag to neatly fill the egg whites with the mayo/yolk mixture. You could just scoop it with a spoon, but this looks much prettier!
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  8. Garnish each egg half with crumbled bacon & course salt. I used Hiwa Kai Hawaiian Black Sea Salt which you can find on Amazon or at your local Whole Foods Market. If you don’t eat bacon you could garnish with fresh chives but #baconmakeseverythingbetter



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